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Comment: Dying in Peace, or At Least Happy

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Comment: Dying in Peace, or At Least Happy

Comment: Dying in Peace, or At Least Happy

Comment: Dying in Peace, or At Least Happy

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Commentator Debra Jarvis has been counseling sick and dying people for nearly 20 years. Now, she mostly works in hospitals and clinics, but when she was a hospice spiritual counselor, she got to see people at home. Debra Jarvis is a chaplain at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.